goofy
adjective
1. (colloquial) (silly) (United States) 
a. bobo 
Stop making that goofy face at me. I'm trying to be serious.Deja de hacerme esa cara boba. Quiero ser sincera.
b. bobalicón 
The clown spoke to the child in a goofy voice to make her laugh.El payaso le habló a la niña con voz bobalicona para hacerla reír.
2. (buck-toothed) (United Kingdom) 
a. de conejo (colloquial) 
His overbite made his teeth look rather goofy.Su sobremordida hacía que sus dientes parecieran de conejo.
b. salido 
The other students made fun of him because he had goofy teeth and acne.Los otros estudiantes se burlaban de él porque tenía los dientes salidos y acné.
goofy
adjective
1. (stupid) 
a. bobalicón(ona) 
b. zampabollos inv (Spain) 
2. (buck-toothed) (United Kingdom) 
a. dentón(a), dentudo(a) 
goofy [ˈɡuːfɪ]
adjective
goofier (comparative)goofiest (superlative)
1 especially (US) (silly) bobo
2 [+teeth] salido; de conejo (informal)
Simone mcgregor had the last laugh on playground bullies who mocked her goofy teeth - she's now a TV model
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